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CDC Thrombosis and Hemostasis Center Pilot Site Locations

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention supports a network of specialized health-care centers to prevent and reduce complications experienced by persons with certain blood disorders. Currently, CDC has provided funds to eight “pilot” Hemostasis and thrombosis centers to find out how to best provide treatment and preventative care to people with thrombosis or thrombophilia. These centers have multi-disciplinary teams of health-care specialists, state-of-the art clinical research programs, and provide outreach and education programs for patients. Below is the contact information for these centers.


Mountain States Regional Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center
P.O. Box 6507
Mail Stop F416
Aurora, CO 80045-0507
Phone: (303) 724-0362



The Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Thrombophilia Center

200 First Street S.W.

Rochester, MN 55905

Phone: (507) 285-8877



University of Michigan Hemophilia and Coagulation Disorders

F2480 Mott Hospital Box 0235
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0235

Phone: (734) 936-6393


Michigan State University Center for Bleeding Disorders & Clotting Disorders

2900 Hannah Blvd
Room 202
East Lansing, MI 48823

Phone: (517) 353-3043


New Jersey

UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

New Jersey Regional Hemophilia Program
Division of Hematology
One Robert Wood Johnson Place, Room #378C, CN-19
New Brunswick, NJ 08903-0019

Phone: (732) 235-7223



North Carolina

Duke University Medical Center

Hemostasis and Thrombosis Center

Box 3422 Medical Center, 0563 Stead Bld

Durham NC 27710

Phone: (919) 684-5350


University of North Carolina

Thrombophilia Program

CB 7035 Rm 932, Mary Ellen Jones Building

Chapel Hill, NC 27599

Phone: (919) 966- 3311


CDC also supports a network of over 135 hemophilia treatment centers, many of which also offer care to people with thrombosis and thrombophilia.

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Date: November 21, 2005
Content source: National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities


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